125 Best Middle Names for Florence [Catchy & Cool]

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TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 125 most perfect middle names for Florencewhich might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Florence. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Florence, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Florence.


Florence: Meaning & Origin

Florence means – Blossoming, Flourishing, Prosperous

Florence gender – Both Masculine & Feminine

Florence origin – French, English, Latin

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Florence here.


125 Best Middle Names For Florence

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Florence? Check out these awesome middle names:

Florence Aria

Florence Aubrey

Florence Audrey

Florence Amelia

Florence Addison

Florence Briana

Florence Baylee

Florence Beatrice

Florence Bethany

Florence Braelyn

Florence Charlotte

Florence Clara

Florence Caroline

Florence Camila

Florence Ciara

Florence Diana

Florence Dakota

Florence Daisy

Florence Diana

Florence Danielle

Florence Evalyn

Florence Everly

Florence Elena

Florence Emilia

Florence Elizabeth

Florence Fiona

Florence Felicity

Florence Frida

Florence Fatima

Florence Freya

Florence Gabriella

Florence Gloria

Florence Gemma

Florence Gracie

Florence Genevieve

Florence Hannah

Florence Harper

Florence Harley

Florence Harlow

Florence Hattie

Florence Isabella

Florence Izabella

Florence Ivory

Florence Imani

Florence Ivy

Florence Jasmine

Florence Julia

Florence Josephine

Florence Jannette

Florence Janet

Florence Kaylee

Florence Kylie

Florence Kimberly

Florence Katherine

Florence Kamila

Florence Liliana

Florence Lydia

Florence Leah

Florence Lola

Florence Leilani

Florence Madeline

Florence Melanie

Florence Maria

Florence Mackenzie

Florence Madelyn

Florence Nicole

Florence Naomi

Florence Natalia

Florence Noelle

Florence Nyla

Florence Ophelia

Florence Octavia

Florence Olivia

Florence Olive

Florence Oakleigh

Florence Parker

Florence Payton

Florence Presley

Florence Piper

Florence Penelope

Florence Quinn

Florence Quincy

Florence Quinley

Florence Queen

Florence Queenie

Florence Ruby

Florence Riley

Florence Remi

Florence Reese

Florence Rose

Florence Sophia

Florence Scarlet

Florence Samantha

Florence Sarah

Florence Stella

Florence Tiffany

Florence Tiana

Florence Talia

Florence Tinsley

Florence Teresa

Florence Ursula

Florence Unity

Florence Ulani

Florence Uriel

Florence Uriyah

Florence Victoria

Florence Valentina

Florence Vivian

Florence Venessa

Florence Veronica

Florence Whitney

Florence Winona

Florence Winifred

Florence Wrenly

Florence Wyatt

Florence Yasmin

Florence Yuna

Florence Yuliana

Florence Yalitza

Florence Yusra

Florence Zara

Florence Zoey

Florence Zelda

Florence Zaria

Florence Zuri



Nicknames For Florence

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Florence nicknames:













Names Similar to Florence

Check out these similar-sounding names list to discover more names that are similar to Florence.













Most Famous People Named Florence

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Florence:

Florence Auer (1880–1962), American actress
Florence Austin (1884–1927), American violinist
Florence Balgarnie (1856–1928), British suffragette, speaker, pacifist, feminist, temperance activist
Florence Ballard (1943–1976), African-American singer
Florence Bascom (1862–1945), American geologist
Florence Beaumont (died 1967), one of eight Americans known to have set themselves on fire in protest of the Vietnam War
Florence Blatrix-Contat (born 1966), French politician
Florence Brenzikofer (born 1975), Swiss politician
Florence V. Brittingham (1856–1891), American poet, short story writer
Florence Bjelke-Petersen (1920–2017), politician, writer and wife of the longest serving premier Joh Bjelke-Petersen
Florence Caddy (1837–1923), English writer
Florence Loiret Caille (born 1975), French actress
Florence Anderson Clark (1835–1918), American author, newspaper editor, librarian, university dean
Florence Abigail Cowles (1878-1958), American cookbook author and journalist
Florence Avalon Daggett (1907–2002), American filmmaker
Florence Daysh (1908–1979), Barbadian social worker and politician
Florence Delay (born 1941), French actress
Florence Eid-Oakden, Lebanese-British economist
Florence Eiseman (1899–1988), American children’s clothing designer
Florence Eshalomi (born 1980), British politician
Florence Ezeh (born 1977), French-Togolese hammer thrower
Florence Faivre (born 1983), Thai actress and model
Florence Fang (born 1933/1934), American businesswoman, publisher and philanthropist
Florence Magruder Gilmore (1881-1945), American author
Florence Hackett (1884–1954), American silent film actress
Florence Harding (1860–1924), wife of American president Warren G. Harding
Florence Hay, American baseball player
Florence Henderson (1934–2016), American actress and singer
Florence Hoath (born 1984), British actress
Florence Sally Horner, the child whose kidnapping inspired and is referenced in Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Lolita
Florence Frances Huberwald, American singer, teacher, suffragist, national leader of the women’s movement
Florence Hunt (born 2007), English actress
Florence Huntley (1861–1912), American journalist, editor, humorist, occult author
Florence Carpenter Ives (1854–1900), American journalist
Florence Foster Jenkins (1868–1944), American soprano
Florence Fuller (1867–1946), Australian artist
Florence Johnston, fictional character on the TV series The Jeffersons and Checking In
Florence Griffith Joyner (1959–1998), American athlete in track and field
Florence Kelley (1859–1932), American social reformist and feminist
Florence King (1936–2016), Mississippi author
Florence Knapp (supercentenarian) (1873–1988), American supercentenarian
Florence E.S. Knapp (1875–1949), American politician
Florence Knight, British chef and columnist
Florence E. Kollock (1848-1925), American Universalist minister and lecturer
Florence LaBadie (1888–1917), Canadian silent movie actress
Florence Lawrence (1890–1938), inventor and actress, referred to as “The First Movie Star”
Florence Littauer (1928–2020), American writer and public speaker
Florence Marly (1919–1978), Czech film and television actress
Florence Mills (1896–1927), actress in 1920s black theatre and the Harlem Renaissance
Florence Newton (fl. 1661), Irish alleged witch
Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), pioneer of modern nursing
Florence Sillers Ogden (1891–1971), American columnist, segregationist, and white supremacist
Florence Price (1887–1953), African-American composer and teacher
Florence Provendier (born 1965), French politician
Florence Pugh, (born 1996), English actress
Florence Marjorie Robertson (1904–1986), British actress and singer
Florence Sabin (1871–1953), anatomist and pathologist, first female professor at Johns Hopkins Medical School
Florence Senanayake (1903-1988), Sri Lankan Sinhala MP for Kiriella
Florence Wells Slater (1864–1941), American entomologist and schoolteacher
Florence Stephens (1881–1979), landholder and the main figure of the Huseby court case
Florence Sulman (1876–1965), English-Australian author and educationalist
Florence M. Sullivan (1930–2020), New York politician
Florence Trail (1854–1944), American educator, writer
Florence Turner (1885–1946), American actress
Florence Signaigo Wagner (1919–2019), American botanist who served as president of the American Fern Society
Florence Warfield Sillers (1869–1958), American historian and socialite
Florence Welch (born 1986), British singer and frontwoman of indie rock band Florence and the Machine
Florence Duval West (1840–1881), American poet
Florence Hull Winterburn (1858–?), American author, editor
Florence Wyman-Richardson (1855–1920), American suffragist
Flo Greaves – PAVO

Florence of Worcester (died 1118), medieval chronicler
Florance Broadhurst (1861–1909), West Australian businessman
Florence Hensey (fl. 1748–1759), Irish-born French spy
Florence Wilson (1504-1546/7), Scottish humanist


Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

Read through this article again to choose the best middle name for Florence. You can also choose from the list of Most Popular People named Florence.

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